Low pressure tracking across the English Channel on Monday will spread rain across southern Britain, some of which will fall heavily. Spells of rain, some heavy, will also stretch to the north across eastern Scotland.
This low pressure system will also bring damaging wind across France on Monday. The United Kingdom, however, will be spared from damaging wind as most areas will see only a moderate wind. The exception will be near-gales across northeastern Scotland.
Rain will spread from the south, falling across southern England in the morning, into the Midlands and Wales through the afternoon. Rain will be quick to exit as dry weather returns across England and Wales on Monday night.
Although rain will not last long, falls can be heavy at times with 25-50 mm expected. The core of the heaviest of the rain is expected in the Southeast of England, including in London.
Rain and a strong wind will remain across eastern Scotland Monday night.
Due to the widespread cloud and rain, temperatures will be held below average in much of Great Britain. In London, the temperature high will inly reach 17 C on Monday which is nearly 4 degrees below normal. Much of the United Kingdom will see highs in the middle to upper teens.
Another disturbance will additional spells of rain across the United kingdom on Tuesday and on Wednesday, continuing the stretch of dreary weather.